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. >> with you from ravens camp in ellen's mills. tuesday is a quiet day for the players who had the day off. a busy day for the coaches who but the plan together today for sunday's showdown with the steelers. tomlin announce to the starting quarterback filling in for dixon is in for big ben. it's a bird find themselves on one of three teams still undefeated at 3-0. -- pittsburgh fines themselves 3-0. >> you asked me last summer but we do what i thought about them ross + berger. -- ben roethlisberger. you do not even remember, do you? i said they would be good no matter who would be the quarterback. they have a great defense. they have a great running game. they have dangerous wide receivers. their special teams are much improved. we are not surprised with the three-zero, but we do not care. >> more with john harbaugh tonight on wbal +. that will be tonight at 10:00 p.m. on 11-2, 208 on comcast, or channel 460 on verizon. sad news for the horse racing world. the worst that came within a nose of winning the triple crown fell and broke his neck yesterday. his moment with almost history ended o
and friday. >> 11 sports with gerry sandusky. >> with the from the ravens training facility in ellen mills to date where what started as a bad call on sunday has now turned into worse news for the ravens. especially for head coach john harbaugh. the nfl fined him $15,000 for what the league calls "impermissible verbal, physical contact with a new -- with an official." they find him for an illegal hit on the cincinnati bengals quarterback. harbaugh had a heated exchange with the line judge. while the exchange will definitely hurt harbaugh's check but, the head coach does think it will hurt his relationship with any of the nfl draft. -- nfl refs. >> we disagree and it was animated, but it was respectful to route. i know he understood that. it should be ok. >> much more with the coach on the fine, the foul, and their next challenge. "the john harbaugh show" is tonight at 10:00 p.m. on wbal + on 11-2, comcast 208 and verizon 460. last night after the 4-2 win, the orioles market is down that he had a unique place in history of -- the orioles knick mark take this he hit 43 or more doubles in fou
. >> everybody was surprised. >> reporter: his attorney mary ellen attridge took it hard. >> i was just devastated. it was awful. >> reporter: it was shocking after -- >> it was shocking, it was depressing. you know? because there's so much loss of life that happened in the case. here's two guys in their 20s. none of this needed to happen. so it was a very, very difficult verdict. >> reporter: but for emery's mother cindy, this was a long awaited verdict. and the next step, sentencing, would be the final measure of justice for her son. >> the judge would come up with the right judgment and trusting that god will give him wisdom. and i just have to look forward. i'm not going to live in the past. >> reporter: seth, who did not testify at his trial, finally spoke at his sentencing if only to say how sorry he was. >> i just want to say sorry to emery's family. i'm so sorry that it's happening. i'm sorry for your loss. i do pray that you guys find some kind of peace and comfort. i'm sorry. i'm sorry to my own family. everybody that had to go through this with me. i'm real sorry. >> reporter
.com. "medical alert," you have probably seen ellen the generous joke that she loves cough syrup. the fda is not laughing about the disturbing number of cases of teenagers using it to get high. eric edwards has the details. >> it is called robo-tripping referring to the madison wrote a tustin arobo -- robotussin. >> this is a safe medicine, but when you drink a whole bottle or multiple bottles, it opens up to a whole host of problems. you can have heart palpitations, seizures, or lose consciousness. and 2004, the number of emergency room cases grows. >> is a greater problem than we know about. >> this position has been on duty when kids have come in after an overdose. what we notice a pattern that developed in the afternoon about the time that school let out. before we were done, seven or eight of these kids that all around high school age. >> the consumer health-care products association says that these medicines are very safe and the abuse is low. over the counter cough medicines are easily accessible and the gold. for the abuse experts say this may give kids a false sense of security a
for suspect ins a deadly shooting overnight. in the 900 block of ellen dale street investigators found the victim dead of a gunshot wound to the head. the victim has not been identified. >> and a man working for a private security firm is one of the latest casualties. 25-year-old chris bail of randals town was killed when an i.e.d. exploded alongside the vehicle he was traveling in. he received a purple heart. at the time of his death he was working for a private consulting and management company based in nevada. >> we're learning more this morning about the three teens accused of stabbing a man near baltimore's penn station. 14-year-old keith anderson, 16-year-old dashea wilson and 14-year-old lawrence horton. all three are being charged in the -- charged as adults in the stabbing of a man after he refused to break a $5. police said why this type of crime is particularly troubling. >> you know, this is very frustrating for police. we're in the area. we have cameras in the area. baltimore police department. universities of baltimore police were there. but this type of violence for pett
: but this one was, shall we say, uncommonly passionate. her name is mary ellen attridge, seth craven's defense attorney. >> i thought it was something that i could creatively dismantle. >> reporter: as far as the gang idea was concerned, that was ludicrous, as far as you're concerned? >> yes, it was not only ludicrous but it was scary. they spent enormous amounts of hours and taxpayer dollars to label this group a gang when in fact they were just a bunch of post adolescents from a neighborhood. it wasn't exactly like we were dealing with la cosa nostra. and it was at once most laughable and frightening. >> reporter: when investigators took the stand, they all faced the same questioning from ms. attridge. >> did you ever hear of the bird rock bandits? >> no, i never heard that name until today, i believe.kl.ñ >> so you never saw any graffiti that reflected bird rock bandits, to your knowledge? >> not to my knowledge. >> reporter: her point was this, if the bird rock bandits were a gang, had been one for years, how come nobody in law enforcement knew about them? the defense noted other contradi
seasons. judges simon cowell and ellen degeneres have also left the show. steven tyler and jennifer lopez are reportedly frontrunners to join the panel p. >>> finally, some very special twins making their debut at a japanese zoo. can't get much cuter than this pair. they are brother and sister. just three weeks ago -- i should say just three weeks old, they've already quadrupled this weight to a healthy 1.5 pounds. back to you guys. >> is it just me? they get really cute, but -- >> not quite there yet? >> they don't look cute to me. >> wow. you're saying that's a face only a mother can love? h. >> yeah, i am. when they get fatter, they'll be cuter p. and more hair. craig, thank you. >>> bill karins on the plaza has a check of the forecast. >> everyone thinks that's cute as can be. little fuzzy little things. just a little harry at this point. let's talk about your 60th birthday, phyllis. who is this next to you? >> this is my daughter. and this is my oldest sister. >> how was she when she was young? >> no comment. >> have a wonderful birthday in new york. let's talk about your weekend for
. cindy had been going to the same dairy queen since she was in her mother's home. ellen zarzycki had been divorced since 1981. the two had been getting cones there since junior high days together. married and pregnant, they still stopped by. >> i remember when i was expecting cindy, i didn't have cravings. but ed would have cravings. he would have to have a strawberry sundae from the dairy queen. >> reporter: after the marriage broke up, there was no way, alice thought, that she could raise the three children. she worked nights and was left with only a small house and had little money. ed got custody. cindy became the daughter she'd see on weekends. >> she was a middle child, and that's usually a child that tries really hard to please. >> reporter: on the saturday before she went missing, cindy dropped in on her mom. a visit allowed by her dad's grounding rules. they talked a little about her punishment for walking home from the distant mall. >> she was upset, but she knew she did wrong. >> reporter: but a mom with an extra sense about these things had a feeling something else was agitati
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